Category: Mental Health

4 Ways To Rest Your Brain

With today’s stressful lifestyles involving heavy work schedules, hectic social lives and busy families, it’s you may find yourself thankful for any rest you manage to fit in. Your brain, unsurprisingly, feels the same way. You may not experience any symptoms, however your brain may also tell it...

8 Signs You Need To See A Therapist 

Therapy isn’t just for Hollywood celebrities. It’s surprisingly accessible to anyone facing life’s many problems, provided by trained professionals who are familiar with endless studies focusing on how psychotherapy can be an effective treatment. Most therapists share the view that the sooner you go in search of treatment,...

8 Signs You Have Bipolar Disorder

Mood and mental disorders are serious and should be treated accordingly. Unfortunately, people who suffer from a mental illness of any kind are often subjected to a great deal of prejudice and social stigma, as most people either do not understand the illness, or cannot cope with it....

5 Psychological Tricks to Defeat Depression 

Did you know that depression affects roughly one in every ten adults in the United States over the course of their lifetime? This number is only rising, as the number of sufferers diagnosed with depression increases by approximately 20% each year, according to Healthline. What’s even more worrying...

8 Reasons You Must Start Taking A Nap

Sometimes we all feel as if we need to curl up and get a little shut-eye, but it’s not always considered appropriate. Often, those who declare their need for a nap are labelled as lazy or unmotivated. However, this is not necessarily true, as there are a number...

10 Foods That Keep Your Brain Young 

You’ve likely heard of the anti-ageing benefits of various foods, supplements and toiletries that are designed to keep your appearance youthful, but have you ever considered how the concept of anti-aging could be applied to your brain? Choosing the right foods to feed your brain may seem like...